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What is the VBA Drag and drop from one list box to another list box on Access form ?

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What is the VBA Drag and drop from one list box to another list box on Access form ?

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Does this work in MS Access?
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 334 total points
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You want Drag & Drop in Access ... no problem

http://www.peterssoftware.com/dd.htm

Works in ALL versions of Access. I have used this several times ... VERY cool. DnD between List boxes, subform, forms, whatever.  There is really nothing comparable to this.

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btw ... you can download the fully functional demo ... and try everything out.

mx
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This does work in Access:

Drag, drop and resize.
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Boyd ... check out Peters app.  Beyond cool.  

mx
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Opps try this one for list boxes:

Discussion: Implementing a Drag and Drop Interface
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Thanks mx. I will check it out.
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And Lebans has this one:

http://www.lebans.com/vb_listbox.htm
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Also ... Peter's DnD ... one of the list box modes is DnD ReOrder items ... so cool.

mx
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